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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-402

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400 EVENING CLASSES 28 GEOLOGY and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to The entire Course Winter and Summer will consist of about Thirty Lectures and will treat of the leading facts in connection with Stratigraphical and Palseontographical Geology The Lectures illustrated by large series of diagrams and fossils will have in view the preparation of students for the more important public Examinations Winter Session In the Michaelmas Term the Earth's early condition the formation of Rock Masses the succession of Life-Types the theory of Geological Eras and the classification of the Primary or Paleozoic Strata with their characteristic Fossils will be referred to In the Lent Term the Organic Remains of the Secondary 01 Mesozoic Period and the various subdivisions of the Triassic Jurassic and Cretaceous systems will be described Summer Session In the Easter Term the Tertiary Period comprising th Eocene Oligocene Miocene and Pliocene Groups tin Palaeolithic and Neolithic Deposits Glacial Drifts Caven Accumulations Traces of Lake Dwellings Land OscilJatioD and Climatal Changes wil be considered Text-Books recommended Lvell's Student's Elements Page's Advanced Text-Book During the Summer Session one or more Field Lectures the neighbourhood of London as well as an excursion of tw or three days duration to some locality of Geological in to rest at distance from London will be given
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